Ancient Egyptian culture

The Egyptian culture exists for more than 6000 years BC It is formed from the way of life, customs and traditions existing in the Egyptian society of Antiquity. It began in the Neolithic and evolved over 3,000 years, until Roman times, when it practically disappeared by adopting that of the Roman Empire, and especially Christian customs.

The history of Ancient Egypt as a unified state begins in the Neolithic, around the year 3150 BC. C., and is divided into three empires with intermediate periods of domination by foreign rulers and internal conflicts:

The last priests of Isis, on the island of File, maintained their cult until it was prohibited by Justinian I, in 535 AD. C., and the language was preserved, with the logical evolution through the years, and evolved into the Coptic language used by the Coptic Church as a liturgical language.

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